Treasury Department Circular to the
Collectors of the Customs
Dec. 11. 1790
The Comptroller of the Treasury1 having happily recovered his health, and being consequently able to superintend as usual the business of his office, I am to request that you will in future make your applications to him on all questions or enquiries relative to the forms transmitted to you and to the mode of acting in cases arising under them. Such enquiries as you may have addressed to me prior to the receipt of this letter I shall take care to have duly answered either from this office or that of the Comptroller.
I am, Sir, very respectfully Your obedt. servant
LS, MS Division, New York Public Library.
1. Nicholas Eveleigh.